There is an old legend that there is no noise in the place because most of it is the core of the vacuum, there is no medium for the sound of the waves to spread. But NASAThe United States headquarters, not only demystified this but also managed to mix the sound through the black hole.
Astronomers have found that the pressure wave emitted by a black hole causes ripples in the mass of hot oil that can be translated into one form. But this form refers to 57 octaves below the C major, which is the core of the tonal system, and which navigates through frequencies that the human ear cannot detect.
It was then that scientists at NASA’s Chandra Observatory managed to translate astronomical data into sound in the black hole between Perseus and the M87 galaxy cluster, which is between 240 million and 53 million light-years away. the world, respectively. According to NASA, a group of galaxies are rich in oil and this gives the mieo for the sound wave to travel.
At Perseus, the sound of the waves was identified by scientists and made audible at first. Scientists have expanded the sound measurement by 57 and 58 times above the original sound level, so that it can be heard by humans. This means that the sound is 144 quadrillion and 288 quadrillion times louder than its original frequency.
“The radar-like sweep around the image allows you to smell the wave in a variety of directions. -ray captured by Chandra, “NASA explains.
The U.S. office also managed to extract audio from another famous black box, Messier 87, or M87. It has been studied by scientists for many years and has become famous with the announcement of the project in 2019. “The bright area on the left of the picture is the black spot and the pattern on The right-hand side is the plane created by Sonification scans the image in three layers from left to right, with each wavelength mapped to a different variety of audible tones, radio wave is mapped to the lowest tones, optical recordings for the midtones, and X-rays seen by Chandra for the highest tones.The brightness of the image corresponds to the maximum sonication , “NASA said.
The study was led by scientist Kimberly Arcand of the Chandra Observatory, astrophysicist Matt Russo and musician Andrew Santaguida (both from the SYSTEMS Sound project).